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We visited Sainte Marine in May 2017 and it is an amazing place. Very peaceful with some good creperies and restaurants in the old harbour.

The Bureau du Port is on the left of the photo, a few mins walk from the pontoons

The Marina office is at the far end of the old harbour and the staff are very helpful.

The visitors pontoon is the long pontoon to the South. You normally need to book ahead.

The facilities are in the other direction and up a few steps in the wood. They are clean and the showers are free.

The boulangerie is about 10 mins walk from the marina. If you are at the old port, go past the new garden, past the car park with the tourist information and keep going. The boulangerie will be on your right and is closed on Monday and opens at 7:15 the other days (this was in May 2017).

No fuelling at Sainte Marine, pop across to Benodet for fuelling but see warnings on the Benodet page.


The ferry to Benodet is on 1 min walk away and leaves from Sainte Marine  at 15mins past and before the hour (although the sign seems to say something different).

The journey is less than 5 mins and costs Euro 2 each way. It leaves Benodet on the hour and half hour. Starts at 10:00 and finished at 19:00 in May with no break for lunch. Very convenient. You could go across in your dinghy but there is quite a flow of water as the sea rushes in and out of the river.

WiFi is very good, free and a strong signal. No code required.


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